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" ... between us and the Bishop of Chester, he is so angry with us that he has forbidden us, that neither ourselves nor any one of our suite should be so bold as to enter within his household ; and he has forbidden all his officers of his household and... "
A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the Early History of the ... - Page 258
1874
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Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of ...

Archaeology - 1849
...forbidden all his officers of his household and of the exchequer that they should neither give us nor lend us anything whatever for the sustenance of our household...shall be able, as . at ten or twelve leagues from his household, until we may be able to recover his good pleasure, for which we have great desire. Wherefore...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections, Illustrating the History and ..., Volume 2

1849
...forbidden all his officers of his household and of the exchequer that they should neither give us nor lend us anything whatever for the sustenance of our household...we shall be able, as at ten or twelve leagues from his household, until we may be able to recover his good pleasure, for which we have great desire. Wherefore...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections, Relating to the History & Antiquities of ...

Archaeology - 1849
...forbidden all his officers of his household and of the exchequer that they should neither give us nor lend us anything whatever for the sustenance of our household...we shall be able, as at ten or twelve leagues from his household, until we may be able to recover his good pleasure, for which we have great desire. Wherefore...
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Welsh sketches, by the author of 'Proposals for Christian union'.

Ernest Silvanus Appleyard - 1852
...officers of his household and of the exchequer, that they should neither give us nor lend us any thing whatever for the sustenance of our household ; and...we shall be able, as at ten or twelve leagues from his household, until we may be able to recover his good pleasure, for which we have great desire. Wherefore...
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Book of the Princes of Wales, Heirs to the Crown of England

Dr. Doran (John) - Great Britain - 1860 - 539 pages
...forbidden all the officers of his household and of the Exchequer that they should neither give us nor lend us anything whatever for the sustenance of our household...we shall be able, as at ten or twelve leagues from his household, until we may be able to recover his good pleasure, for which we have great desire. Wherefore...
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Glimpses of our ancestors in Sussex

Charles Fleet - 1883 - 328 pages
...forbidden all his officers of his household and of the exchequer that they should neither give us nor lend us anything whatever for the sustenance of our household...we shall be able, as at ten or twelve leagues from his household, until we may be able to recover his good pleasure, for which we have great desire."...
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